Our renovation to a surgical room at Hines VA Hospital required a high level of attention to detail to mitigate the spread of dust and debris contamination. Troop stepped up and provided a full negative air containment (with negative pressure sensors). Our entire project team understands the need to fully contain our work in an occupied building.
Troop Contracting made an important donation in support of Nurses Week. Nightshift Nurses at Edward Hines VA Medical Center at the SICU COVID Floor where treated to a full Portillos lunch last night. One of our Superintendents (J Blunk) ran point on the operation and made it all possible. Thank you J, and THANK YOU nurses! We couldn't make it through this without you!!
Troop Contracting has recently made a large investment to ensure our job sites are safe, clean, and professional. Recently we purchased numerous Edge Guard temporary wall panels. Not only do they look great in occupied buildings, but they mitigate dust better than plastic. Also, the entry door has a programmable key pad for security. This is just one of the ways Troop Contracting serves our clients with the best resources available. (photo taken at American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons - Fitness Center Build out)
We take project safety very seriously. Recently ALL project managers, superintendents, carpenters, and executives completed an 8-hour course on Confined Space Entry - Construction. Note: Troop Contracting currently has an EMR (Experience Modification Rate) of .93 (a number below 1.00 means that we are doing a great job).